Im using the Shortcut Target function to open a stripped down version of QGIS, and for those who know QGIS, there's multiple versions being used by multiple users at any given time. Im looking to have one 'tool' that opens any available QGIS instal, not just the one version the target has been assigned.
The 'tool' currently opens a stripped back version of QGIS, removes a lot of the tools etc. Used for just viewing data, turning layers on and off. Now I currently have multiple shortcuts set up with each of the targets as "C:\Program Files\QGIS 3.10\bin\qgis-ltr-bin-g7.exe" or "C:\Program Files\QGIS 3.4\bin\qgis-ltr-bin-g7.exe" etc etc depending on the version.
Now my question, is there a way to have just one 'tool' that looks for the installed version of QGIS rather than separate icon for each version. Some kind of wildcard function or IF/THEN function.
Im not sure if ive explained this too well, but hopefully someone out there can help.
^^^ Added a screenshot of the target path, id ideally like to do it that way rather than run a script? If there was a wildcard or multiple folder expression?